A data mining user on Twitter has found a line of code with the name “nvn2,” which they believe to be the graphics API used by Switch Pro. Switch Pro.
A major cyberattack against Nvidia in the past weekend has led people who follow social networks to think they believe that the Nintendo Switch Pro is on the way. It is believed that the world-renowned GPU manufacturer may be developing technology to make an upcoming Switch successor.
The Nvidia cyberattack leaked crucial source code and a lot of information about upcoming chips and products. One of these was that data mining NWPlayer123 on Twitter could find the code “nvn2,” and they believe it is the graphics API of Switch Pro. Switch Pro (speculative name).
NVIDIA leaks have “nvn2”, which seems to be the graphics API for the switch pro, based on ampere with ray tracing support and DLSS 2.2
The chip is built on Ampere technology, which adds the ability to ray trace and Nvidia DLSS 2.0 to the mix. This allows for improved reflections and lighting while also increasing the performance of graphics of NVIDIA RTX cards by using supersampling technology. This doesn’t mean that the forthcoming Switch will benefit from this feature. It’s simply an option that is included by the Ampere tag.
In the last month, Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa has confirmed that the Switch handheld is currently a Switch device that has been “just in the middle of its lifecycle” and is expected to grow even more. Rumors from the past also pointed to these graphics features and implied DLSS support and output in 4K for Switch. Switch upgrade.
Based on the Twitter user, the code also refers to T234/T239, which are Nvidia’s Tegra Orin processors. As a reference, the present Switch has the Tegra X1 chip, running at 1.02GHz.
They also claim that the forthcoming Nintendo handheld is a Pro version, not a new-gen system with a launch slate from Q3 2023 until Q4 2024.